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Student falls to her death trying to take selfie

April 17, 2019 A young American student has fallen to her death while attempting to take a selfie on a cliff edge. Andrea Norton, 20, a student of biology and environmental science in Briar Cliff university had travelled to Hawksbill Crag in Arkansas’ Ozark National Forest with other students as …

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Fire in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

April 16, 2019 A fire that started at around 6 on Monday evening has destroyed the 12th century Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Parisians watched in horror as the fire collapsed the spire and a large part of the roof of the cathedral. According to police the fire began accidentally …

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Julian Assange arrested from Ecuadorian Embassy

April 11, 2019 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested from Ecuadorian Embassy at London. His arrest was followed after the withdrawal of his asylum by Ecuadorian government. He had been living in the Embassy for seven years. Assange was removed from the embassy by British police on behalf of …

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World’s biggest election in India today

April 11, 2019 India’s election has kicked off where in the first phase representatives will be voted in 91 constituencies along 20 states. Almost 900 million people from India are eligible for voting. Prime minister Modi is battling for the second term from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) against Rahul Gandhi …

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Saudi Arabia and Iran ‘rejects and condemns’ US Golan move,

RIYADH, March 27, 2019 Saudi Arabia rejected US President Donald Trump’s recognition on Monday of Syria’s Golan Heights as Israeli territory condemning it as a violation of international law. US President Donald Trump, a key Saudi ally, broke with decades of US policy on Monday, signing a proclamation recognising Israeli …

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Death toll from Cyclone Idai rises to 417 in Mozambique

BEIRA, March 24, 2019 The offcially recorded deaths toll caused by Cyclone Idai in the central Mozambique rose to 417, Mozambican Minister of Land and Environment and Rural Development Celso Correia said on Saturday. Correia told reporters on Saturday morning in Sofala that the numbers are expected to rise as …

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